|Insight: Strong Mayor / Manhattan Project / Greg Savalin / Hmong Cookbook|
New Strong Mayor Proposal - Two prominent local attorneys have drafted a proposed reform of the Charter of the City of Sacramento to allow for a strong-mayor form of government. Today on Insight, we'll talk to Clark Kelso about it. Memories of the Manhattan Project - John Jungerman, professor emeritus of physics, will be recalling the effort to build the first atomic bomb tonight on Davis Community Television (Channel 15 on local cable)...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento strong mayor proposal; City of Sacramento Charter; Clark Kelso; Manhattan Project; Davis Community Television show on Manhattan Project; John Jungerman; Greg Savalin; photographs of famous rock musicians; Hmong cookbook; Cooking from the Heart; Sheng Yang; Sami Scriptor
|Insight: Prison Health Care / Internet Speeds / "Three Cups of Tea"|
Prison Health Care - The federal receiver for the California Prison Health Care System has asked a judge to take $8 billion from the state treasury to pay for improvements. Today on Insight, J. Clark Kelso tells you what is the money for. Also, what impact will this have on the state budget? Internet Speeds - California lags nationally and internationally in average Internet download speed. Why is that? And is it a problem? "Three Cups of Tea" - Author Greg Mortenson tells you about his school-b...
Keywords: prison health care; federal receiver; California Prison Health Care System; J. Clark Kelso; internet speeds; slow internet access; California infrastructure; Greg Mortenson; David Relin; Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace….One School at a Time; school-building; Pakistan schools; Afghanistan schools; One Book Sacramento; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Redistricting Challenge / Ending Federal Inmate Medical Care Oversight / The Last Crop / Musical Charis|
Redistricting Challenge - The California Supreme Court ruled Friday that the state Senate maps drawn last year by an independent redistricting commission will be used in the June primary and November election. Republicans brought the legal challenge to the new maps in an attempt to block Democrats from gaining enough seats to pass taxes on their own. Ending Federal Inmate Medical Care Oversight - A United States judge says it's time to start planning to end federal oversight of California's inma...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California redistricting challenge; California Supreme Court ruling on state Senate redistricting maps; inmate medical care oversight; J. Clark Kelso, federal receiver for California prisons inmate medical care oversight; Don Specter, director, Prison Law; Good Humus Produce; Annie Main, owner, Good Humus; Jeff Main, owner, Good Humus; Musical Charis; studio performance